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[workhike] Ski Waxing Workhike in the Clubroom · Monday, October 30th

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Organized by: Alastair White.

Start: Monday, Oct. 30th, 7:00 pm

Description:

Have you heard whispered rumours about something called a "workhike"? Are you wondering what this mystical Workhike might be, and how you can do one? Well look no further! As the snow falls in the mountains and the stoke for skiing is building, it's time to get the VOC's tele fleet polished up and ready to go. 

We do have a policy requiring members to do a workhike in order to rent gear. There is a three rental grace period, but once that's over we want you to give a little bit of time and energy back to the club in order to keep the club running smoothly. If you're looking for a fun and easy workhike, and one where you can learn some new skills too, this is the workhike for you! It's also a great oportunity to get to know your fellow members and meet some new ski partners before the season starts. Previous experience in waxing skis is not required and if you've never done it before I, and other experienced members, will be on hand to teach you how. 

Bring yourself, your stoke, and perhaps a beverage you can enjoy responsibly to the clubroom and we'll have a great time hanging out and getting the ski fleet ready for you to enjoy this winter! 

Posted: 2017-10-19 13:26:46
Last modified: 2017-11-08 09:04:12